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Bohacek, Kathleen, "Kay" (Calvert), Age 91 years.

Bohacek Kathleen website

Date of Birth: 11/20/1925

Date of Death: 01/03/2017

Services: A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Saturday, 10:00 A.M. at Christ the King Catholic Church.

Wake Service: A Wake Service will be held Friday, 7:00pm at the John A. Gentleman Mortuaries, 72nd Street Chapel, 1010 North 72 Street Omaha, Nebraska 68114.

Catholic Daughters Rosary: A Catholic Daughters Rosary will be held Friday, 2:00 pm at the John A. Gentleman Mortuaries, 72nd Street Chapel, 1010 North 72 Street Omaha, Nebraska 68114.

Interment: Resurrection Cemetery

Memorials: Memorials to Catholic Charities or the Red Cross.

She was preceded in death by parents, Eustelle Gilligan Calvert and Hal Leonard Calvert; siblings, Lillian Korpela, Rosemary Ridenour, Regina Calvert, James E. Calvert.

Survived by sister, SallyMcAvin; husband Robert Bohacek.

Kay was a Navy wife for over 23 years and during that time was a volunteer for the Red Cross, Navy Relief and the Girl Scouts.

She was a long-time member of the Christ the King Guild, as well as Catholic Daughters. 

Kay was a 1943 graduate of St. Johns High and UNO in 1985 with a B.A.

Homemaking and related skills what she truly enjoyed. She and her husband, Bob, enjoyed entertaining family and friends both before and after retiring. They traveled several times to the gardens and art museums of England and Europe.

Their loving family included Elizabeth Rooney Callahan, Eileen (Randy) Drew, Jos. Rob Bohacek, Jr., Emily Nielsen, Matthew John (Cheryl) Bohacek. She also has ten grandchildren and 10 Great grandchildren.

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  • Marvin O. Ludlow

    Dear Bo, We were saddened to learn of Kay's passing. She was an elegant lady and we share your sense of loss. You had this special lady with you for so many years, it must be hard to be without her. We know that she is in a better place now waiting for you to join her. We pray for God's comfort to be with you and your family. We want you to know how much we enjoyed our association with you while you were teaching at Creighton. Your Friends, Marvin and Karen Ludlow

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